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LIT 152
C3 76
LIT.LP 45
Chapter Books (Long) 37
Fiction 36
LIT.UP 34
LIT.EE 30
LIT.US 28
LP 26
Short Stories 19
UP 18
US 16
Picture Books 15
LIT.LS 13
Video 11
Audiobooks 10
Chapter Books (Short) 10
EE 10
Somali 10
Animal Main Character 8
Fable--Africa 8
Fables 8
LIT.UG 8
Science Fiction 8
Children's books--French 7
Orphans--Fiction 6
Fairy tales 5
Juvenile Fiction 5
LS 5
Children's stories, English 4
Games and activities--(Secondary) 4
Adventure stories 3
Animals--Fiction 3
Drama (Long) 3
Fantasy fiction 3
Friendship--Folklore 3
Love--Poetry 3
Nature--Poetry 3
Non-fiction 3
Poetry 3
Adventure Stories 2
Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll)--Fiction 2
Bullying--Juvenile fiction 2
Children's Classics 2
Children's classics 2
Devil--Drama 2
Dogs--Juvenile fiction 2
Fable 2
Fairy Tales 2
Family--juvenile Fiction 2
Fantasy 2
Fantasy fiction, English 2
Folklore 2
Friendship--Fiction 2
Games and activities--(Primary) 2
Gothic fiction (Literary genre) 2
Horror fiction 2
Juliet (Fictitious character) 2
Lion--Folklore 2
London (England)--Fiction 2
Love--Drama 2
Love--Fiction 2
Magic--Fiction 2
Murder--Fiction 2
Orphans--Juvenile fiction 2
Pets--Juvenile fiction 2
Picture Books (Short) 2
Rabbits -- Juvenile films 2
Romanticism 2
Romeo (Fictitious character) 2
SOC 2
Satire 2
Sharing--Juvenile fiction 2
Short stories 2
Sonnets, English 2
Wonderland (Carroll)--Fiction 2
Young women--Fiction 2
Acceptance--Folklore 1
Achilles (Greek mythology)--Fiction 1
Achilles (Greek mythology)--Poetry 1
Adoptees--Fiction 1
Adulterers--Fiction 1
Adventure fiction 1
Agamemnon (Greek mythology)--Poetry 1
Alphabet books 1
American Civil War, 1861-1865 1
American--18h century--Biography 1
Anansi (Legendary character)--Fiction 1
Animal welfare -- Fiction 1
Animal welfare -- Juvenile fiction. 1
Animals, Mythical--Juvenile fiction 1
Arrested development 1
Art--Juvenile fiction 1
Audiobook 1
Authors 1
Autobiographies 1
Autobiography 1
Bandits--Fiction 1
Bartering -- Juvenile fiction 1
Bearenstain Bears (Fictitious characters) 1
Beauty and the beast (Tale) 1
Beauty--Poetry 1
Bedtime stories 1
Bee--Folklore 1
Belacqua, Lyra (Fictitious character) 1
Birds--Fiction 1
Birthdays--Juvenile fiction 1
Boarding schools--Fiction 1
Book burning--Fiction 1
Boston (Mass.)--Fiction 1
Boys -- Missouri -- Juvenile fiction 1
Brain surgery--Fiction 1
Brothers--Fiction 1
Bullying -- Juvenile fiction 1
Bullying--Psychological aspects 1
Butterflies--Fiction 1
Caldecott medal winner--1942 1
Canada, Northern--Fiction 1
Cassandra (Legendary character) 1
Castles--Fiction 1
Caterpillars--Fiction 1
Censorship--Fiction 1
Chapter Books (long) 1
Chapter Books (short) 1
Cheetah--Folklore 1
Chewing gum--Juvenile fiction 1
Children — Attitudes 1
Children's Literature 1
Children's Poetry, English 1
Children's literature, English 1
Children's poetry, English 1
Children's stories, American 1
Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages 1
Ciencia ficción 1
Cinderella (Tale) 1
Class Struggle--France 1
Classism 1
Classism--England 1
Classism--Great Britain 1
Cloud People 1
Coming Of Age--Fiction 1
Conflict of generations -- Drama 1
Consumerism (Economics) 1
Country homes--Fiction 1
Country life -- Juvenile fiction 1
Country life--England--Fiction 1
Country life--Fiction 1
Cousins--Fiction 1
Cows -- Juvenile fiction 1
Cows--Juvenile fiction 1
Creation--Biblical teaching--Fiction 1
Cressida (Fictitious character)--Drama 1
Cyrano de Bergerac, 1619-1655--Drama 1
Czech drama--20th century 1
Death--Fiction 1
Death--Juvenile fiction 1
Death--Poetry 1
Depression 1
Detective and mystery stories, English 1
Devil--Fiction 1
Dinosaurs -- Juvenile fiction 1
Dinosaurs--Juvenile fiction 1
Dissenters--Fiction 1
Distopía--Fiction 1
Domestic fiction 1
Don Quixote 1
Don Quixote (Fictitious character)--Drama 1
Dragons -- Juvenile fiction 1
Dragons--Juvenile Fiction 1
Dragons--Juvenile fiction 1
Drama (Short) 1
Dreams--Drama 1
Dreams--Juvenile Fiction 1
Dreams--Juvenile fiction 1
Drug use 1
Ducks--Fiction 1
Dystopias--Fiction 1
EE. LIT.EE 1
Eagles--Juvenile Fiction 1
Eagles--Juvenile fiction 1
England--Fiction 1
Epic poetry 1
Ethics--Juvenile fiction 1
Existentialism--Fiction 1
Expression -- Juvenile fiction 1
Fables, Classical -- Early works to 1800. 1
Fairy Tales--France 1
Fairy tales -- France 1
Fairy tales -- French 1
Family--Fiction 1
Family--juvenile fiction 1
Fantasy--1980-1990 1
Fashion--Poetry 1
Faust 1
Faust (Legendary character)--Drama 1
Faust--Drama 1
Feminism--Drama 1
Feral Children--Drama 1
Feral children--Fiction 1
Fiction, American 1
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by Mildred D. Taylor
41,962
12
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The 1976 winner of the Newbery Medal, this novel tells the story of how the Logan family survives poverty and racism in the rural United States during the Great Depression of the 1930s.
( 1 reviews )
Topics: LIT.UP, Historical Fiction, C3, Racism--Fiction, LIT, UP, Audiobooks, Chapter Books (Long), Fiction
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by Dahl, Roald
15,014
3
1
The story of a very smart girl born to a family that doesn't appreciate her gifts, Matilda is the tale of how one little girl, armed with intelligence and a little magic, can help save a school from tyranny and ruin. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
( 1 reviews )
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, C3, Psychokinesis--Fiction, Fantasy, Schools--Juvenile fiction, Revenge--Juvenile...
12 year-old Jonas lives in a society in which everyone is given a job. But when Jonas becomes the receiver of memory, he begins to discover the horrible truth about the society in which he lives. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, UP, LIT.UP, C3, Chapter Books (Long), Science Fiction, Ethics--Juvenile fiction, Social...
After being mentally disabled for his entire life, a man undergoes a surgery to boost his IQ. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, US, LIT.US, Chapter Books (Long), People with mental disabilities--United States--Fiction,...
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by De Saint-Exupéry, Antoine, 1900-1944
10,890
8
1
The story of a little prince from a nearby asteriod and his journey across the universe. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
( 1 reviews )
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, C3, Travel--Juvenile fiction, LP, Audiobooks, Chapter Books (Long)
In a world where every person is equal, those that exhibit above-average intelligence are kept in check via loud earpieces to distract them from thinking too much. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
( 1 reviews )
Topics: LIT, LS, LIT.LS, Short Stories, Science Fiction, Mediocrity--Fiction, Gifted persons--Fiction,...
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by Bradbury, Ray (1920-2012)
6,363
3
0
In a society where all books are burned instead of read, one man will stand up for knowledge and literacy. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, US, LIT.US, Chapter Books (Short), Science Fiction, Satire, Political Fiction, Book...
Winner of the 1967 Newberry Medal for Outstanding Children's Literature, this classic follows Claudia Kincaid and her younger brother Jimmy as they run away from home to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. While secretly living in the museum, Claudia discovers a famous statue, supposedly carved by Michelangelo. During her investigation into this unique piece of art, Claudia stumbles upon Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, a remarkable old woman who teaches her about life, art and...
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Runaway children--Juvenile literature, Art--Juvenile fiction, Metropolitan Museum of...
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by Pullman, Philip, 1946-
4,605
0
0
The story of a world where all people have daemons, animals that have the ability to change shape depending on how their owners are feeling. Lyra, a young and adventurous girl, accompanied by her more conservative daemon Pan, embark on the adventure of a a lifetime in this fantasy classic. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, US, Belacqua, Lyra (Fictitious character), Missing persons -- Juvenile fiction, Quests...
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by Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan, 1859-1930
3,456
3
1
The following is a collection of all the Sherlock Holmes novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. These novels follow the adventures of the world's greatest detective, Sherlock Holmes and his friend and assistant, Dr. John Watson. Over the course of the novels, Holmes uses his above-average observation skills to solve crimes. But when Holmes and Watson come up against Professor Moriarty, a worthy but villainous opponent, will Holmes' intellect be enough to save them? Recommended Titles Include: A...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: Holmes, Sherlock (Fictitious character)--Fiction, LIT, US, LIT.US, Private...
A caterpillar transforms into a beautiful butterfly in this classic children's story.Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, LIT.EE, EE, C3, Picture Books, Video, Caterpillars--Fiction, Butterflies--Fiction,...
Wishbone was a very popular children's show in the 1990s. Its purpose was to teach children about the joys of reading. The show takes some of the most popular stories of all time and acts them out at a child's level. The protagonist is a young, spunky Jack Russel Terrier named Wishbone. The following episodes are included: Rosie, Oh, Rosie, Oh (Season 1, Episode 4): a re-telling of Romeo and Juliet, the story of two star-crossed lovers from feuding families. Cyranose (Season 1, Episode 7): a...
Topics: Wishbone (Television program), Wishbone (Fictitious character), LIT, LIT.UP, Faust, Wishbone...
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by Barbot de Villeneuve, Gabrielle-Suzanne
1,981
1
0
In this classic French fairy tale, a young girl named Belle agrees to be imprisoned by a monstrous Beast to save her father from certain death. But is the Beast what he appears to be, or is there more to him than meets the eye. After all, who could ever learn to love a Beast? Suggested Reading Level: LP (Lower Primary).
Topics: Children's literature, English, Beauty and the beast (Tale), Fairy Tales, Fairy Tales--France,...
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by Potter, Beatrix, 1866-1943
1,668
0
0
A young rabbit gets into trouble when he steals vegetables from Mr. McGregor, the farmer next door in this children's classic. Recommended Reading Level: LP (Lower Primary).
Topics: LIT, Rabbits -- Juvenile fiction, Children's stories, English, Peter Rabbit (Fictitious character),...
The story of a young princess that learns that looks aren't everything with the help of a dragon, a shallow prince and a paper bag. Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, LIT.EE, EE, C3, Video, Short stories, Princesses -- Juvenile fiction, Dragons -- Juvenile...
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by Silverstein, Shel
1,421
0
0
The story of a young boy and his friend, a tree that will give anything to make him happy. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, C3, Trees--Fiction, Sharing--Fiction, LP, Fiction, Short Stories
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by Hugo, Victor, 1802-1885
1,396
0
0
Les Miserables ("The Miserables" in English) was a novel written by Victor Hugo about the June Rebellion, a failed attempt to overthrow the French government during the summer of 1832. The story follow Jean Valjean- a former convict who starts a new life for himself under an assumed name- and Javert- the rule-following police inspector determined to hunt him down. Other memorable characters include:Fantine: a working woman that turns to prostitution to pay for her daughter...
Topics: June Rebellion--Literature, Class Struggle--France, Poverty--Literature
Learn about the tradition of African oral literature in this text, which is widely considered to be one of the most important books written on the subject.Recommended Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LS, Oral Literature, Storytelling--Africa
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by Martin Jr., Bill
1,191
0
0
This video provides children with a fun way to learn the alphabet. Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, EE, LIT.EE, C3, Picture Books, Video, Alphabet books
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by Eastman, P.D.
1,144
0
0
A children's classic about a young bird that goes looking for its mother. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, C3, Birds--Fiction, Mothers--Fiction, Motherhood--Juvenile fiction, LP, Fiction,...
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by Dacre, Charlotte, b. 1782; Matilda, Rosa
1,144
0
1
The beautiful Laurina de Loredani is seduced into adultery by a charming rogue and the impact of her betrayal is far-reaching. Laurina's son, Leonardo flees the city in shame while Victoria (Laurina's daughter) embarks down a dark path of murder, intrigue and sin. This Gothic story shows readers just how easy it is to be seduced into evil.Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary) OR UG (Undergrad)
( 1 reviews )
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, LIT.UG, Adulterers--Fiction, Sin--Biblical teaching--fiction, Devil--Fiction,...
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by Clearly, Beverly
1,115
0
0
Leigh Botts, a troubled-elementary schooler, writes to his favorite author Boyd Henshaw for a class assignment--and the reply he receives changes his life.  Two "discs" (files). Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Family--juvenile fiction, Role models, UP, Audiobooks, Fiction
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by Verne, Jules, 1828-1905
1,050
1
0
An eccentric inventor named Phileas Fogg claims that he can go around the entire world in just 80 days. The result of this claim is a wacky, fast-paced classic that will delight the adventure lover in all of us. Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: Fogg, Phileas-- (Literary character), Adventure stories, Voyages, Imaginary -- Fiction, Voyages...
Children's nursery rhymes.
Topics: Nursery rhymes, Nursery rhymes, English, Children's poetry, English, EE, LIT, LIT.EE, C3
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Literature
by Curtis, Christopher Paul
881
1
0
An African-American family living in Michigan decides to move to the titular city in the American South.  The tragic events they witness in Birmingham itself greatly affect the family as a whole. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: Family--juvenile Fiction, LIT.UP, Urban Violence, Siblings--Juvenile Fiction, C3, UP, Audiobook,...
The story of Tom Sawyer, a young man who is an expert at getting what he wants. But when Tom and his best friend Huck stumble onto murderers and thieves, their lives will never be the same. Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: Male friendship -- Fiction, Boys -- Missouri -- Juvenile fiction, LIT, LIT.UP, Runaway children --...
A young boy complains about his horrible day. Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, EE. LIT.EE, C3, Video, Children — Attitudes
A literary classic about a family of ducks that find a home in the most unlikely of places.Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LP, LIT.LP, Picture Books, Video, C3, Ducks--Fiction, Boston (Mass.)--Fiction, Caldecott medal...
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by Baum, L. Frank (Lyman Frank), 1856-1919
704
1
0
The story of Dorothy, a young girl from Kansas that is thrown into the magical land of Oz, a world filled with witches, munchkins, scarecrows, tin men and other creatures. But all Dorothy really wants is to make it back home to Kansas. Suggested Reading Level: LP (Lower Primary) OR UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, Oz (Imaginary place) -- Fiction., Fantasy fiction, LIT.LP, LIT.UP, Wizards -- Juvenile...
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by Reading rainbow (Television program)
686
0
0
The Reading Rainbow presentation of Badger's Parting Gifts, a book that helps young children deal with the loss of family members or members of the community. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, Death--Juvenile fiction, Legacy--Juvenile fiction, LP, Video, Fiction, Animal Main...
The story of Anansi, the West African trickster God and his attempt to trick people out of their loot and outwit a witches' curse. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: Fiction, Chapter Books (Short), Fables, Animal Main Character, Spiders--Juvenile fiction, LIT,...
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by Montgomery, L. M. (Lucy Maud), 1874-1942
644
2
0
A young orphan named Anne is adopted by Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert who live in a place called Green Gables. In this coming of age story, Anne discovers her place in the world and her place in a new family. Suggest Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, Orphans--Fiction, Friendship--Fiction, Prince Edward Island -- Juvenile fiction, Country life...
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by Huxley, Aldous (1894-1963)
614
1
0
A science-fiction, distopian look at a globalized future in which every aspect of people's lives are controlled by a singular, centralized government. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LS, Dystopias--Fiction, Government centralization--literature, Globalization--literature,...
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by Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616
572
0
0
William Shakespeare is one of the most famous writers, dramatists and poets of all time. He is thought to have lived in the 1500/1600s in England. The following is a collection of Shakespeare's famous sonnets.Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, Sonnets, English, Poetry, English, Love--Poetry, Lust--Poetry, Beauty--Poetry,...
Edgar Allen Poe (1809-1849) was an American poet and author most famous for his macabre themes. The following is a collection of short stories, poems and literary criticisms and includes such famous works as Annabel Lee, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Raven, The Pit and the Pendulum and the Cask of Amontillado. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, Romantic fiction, Romanticism--Poetry, Poetry, American, Fiction, American,...
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by Sewell, Anna, 1820-1878
499
0
0
A story told through the unique point of view of Black Beauty, a horse with a spirit like no other. Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary).
Topics: Horses - Juvenile Fiction, LIT, LIT.UP, C3, Animal welfare -- Juvenile fiction., Chapter Books...
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by Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937.
489
0
0
The story of a young boy named Peter who lives forever as a child and his friend Wendy, who he takes with him to a magical land of adventure, pirates, magic and danger. Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, Never-Never Land (Imaginary place) -- Fiction, Imaginary societies -- Juvenile fiction,...
Read the following short stories in this collection: Sleeping Beauty, Blue Beard, Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast. Recommended Reading Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, C3, Fairy tales
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by Irving, Washington, 1783-1859
477
0
0
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a famous American short story Ichabod Crane, a skeptical schoolteacher who moves to the small glen of Sleepy Hollow. He quickly finds love in the form of Katrina Van Tassle, the daughter of a wealthy farmer. But things in Sleepy Hollow aren't all that they seem. The townspeople live in dread a phantom spectre called The Headless Horseman, about which very little is known. Will Ichabod be able to overcome superstition and the supernatural and marry the girl of his...
Topics: LIT, LIT.LS, Ghosts--Fiction, Horror classics, Headless Horseman (Fictitious character), Sleepy...
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by Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 1849-1924
448
0
0
The story of a young girl named Sara who becomes very poor after her father dissapears. She is forced to work as a servant at the school she once attended and is treated horribly, but Sara uses her imagination to escape her less-than-extraordinary life. This story teaches girls that they all have a little but of princess in them. Recommended Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, Orphans--Fiction, LIT.UP, Boarding schools--Fiction, London (England)--Fiction, Children's...
When their father is taken away by strangers, three children move with their mother to a cottage near a railway station.  Adventure ensues. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: C3, LIT.UP, Juvenile Fiction, Adventure Stories, Family--juvenile Fiction, UP, LIT, Fiction,...
The story of Max, a rambunctious boy that one day finds himself in a world of "wild things," gigantic creatures that make him their king. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, C3, Fantasy, Monsters--Fiction, LP, Picture Books (Long), Video
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by Bradley, Marion Zimmer
426
0
0
A feminist re-telling of the events surround the Trojan War. The focus of events shifts to Cassandra, a young girl with the gift of visions bestowed to her by the God Apollo. But do these visions carry a heavy price? Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: Fantasy--1980-1990, Trojan war--Fiction, Cassandra (Legendary character), LIT, US, LIT.US, Chapter...
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by Bemelmans, Ludwig
401
0
0
The story of 12 orphan girls living in Paris and one particularly rambunctious girl named Madeline.Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LP, LIT.LP, C3, Picture Books, Video, Orphans--Juvenile fiction, Paris (France)
A classic bedtime story about saying goodnight to the world around you. Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, LIT.EE, C3, Bedtime stories, Children's classics, Audiobooks, EE, Picture Books (Short)
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by Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886
395
3
0
Emily Dickinson was an American poet that published around 1800 poems during her lifetime. Her works are thought to be among the most iconic poems of all time. The following is a collection of her poetry, including the famous works Because I Could Not Stop for Death, Behind Me Dips Eternity, and Hope is the Thing with Feathers. Recommended Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LS, Death--Poetry, Nature--Poetry, Poetry--American
Learn more about the life of Samuel Clements aka Mark Twain, the American author that penned Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Suggested Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LS, LS, Non-fiction, Autobiographies, Authors, American--18h century--Biography
From the author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit, comes the story of his cousin Benjamin in this video narrated by Tim Bulkeley.Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: Rabbits -- Juvenile films, LIT, LIT.LP, C3
A Somali story in English
Topics: LIT, Somali, Short Stories
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by Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832
350
0
0
The story of a man seduced into a deal with the Devil. Faust sells his soul and must reap the consequences of his actions. Recommended Reading Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: Faust (Legendary character)--Drama, Devil--Drama, Hell--Biblical teaching--Drama, LIT, LIT.US,...
In a battle against super intelligent robots, one man invents the ultimate weapon against automated thinking. But will his discovery be used in the way he intended?Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, US, LIT.US, Short Stories, Science Fiction, Robots--Fiction, Math--Fiction, Games and...
A collection of nursery rhymes from around the world. Perfect for beginner readers or reading aloud. Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, LIT.EE, Nursery rhymes--Literary collections, C3
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by Burnett, Frances Hodgson
326
0
0
The story of Mary, a young child who is sent to live with her shut-in uncle who holds the key to a secret that he has kept locked away for years. Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, Orphans--Fiction, Yorkshire (England)--Juvenile fiction, Gardens--Fiction, LIT.UP, People with...
Synopsis: Voltaire publie en 1759 Candide, un conte philosophique allègre et critique. Pour avoir embrassé l'appétissante Cunégonde, le jeune Candide est chassé du château du baron de Thunder-ten-tronckh à coups de pied dans le derrière. Commence alors pour lui un grand voyage qui lui fait découvrir les horreurs du monde.(Witty and caustic, Candide has ranked as one of the world's great satires since its first publication in 1759. In the story of the trials and travails of the...
Topics: French literature--18th century, LIT.US, US, Fiction, Chapter Books (Long)
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by Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888
322
0
0
The story of four sisters: Meg the prettiest, Amy the pickiest, Jo the most outspoken and Beth the most timid. Their journey towards becoming women in their own right begins when Jo decides to befriend the lonely grandson of the fearful hermit that lives next door. Along the way, the girls learn about, life, love, friendship and the bond of sisterhood. Suggested Reading Level: LS (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, New England -- Social life and customs -- Fiction, March family (Fictitious characters) --...
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by Marlowe, Christopher, 1564-1593
305
0
0
Doctor Faustus is a dramatic interpretation of the Faust myth in which a man trades his soul in exchange for information and power. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, Power--Drama, Knowledge--Drama, Devil--Drama, Soul--Drama, Drama (Short), Fiction, US
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by Bradbury, Ray (1920-2012)
296
0
0
The story of a group of children that live on Venus, where the Sun only shines once every seven years and the one girl who is ostracized for remembering what it looks like. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, UP, LIT.UP, Science Fiction, C3, Short Stories, Bullying--Juvenile fiction, Games and...
A man creates a creature and abandons him for being ugly and thinking him 'evil'. But is the creature evil by nature or did the world make him that way? This is a beautiful work of fiction that questions the very nature of creation, humanity and the human soul. Suggested Reading Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, Life--Moral and ethical aspects--Fiction, Science Fiction, England, Creation--Biblical...
The story of a puppet that wants to be a real boy. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary) *To access the audio book, click on HTTPS and download the libravox.zip file.
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Puppets--Fiction, Lies--Juvenile fiction, C3, Chapter Books (Short), Audiobooks, UP,...
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by Johann David Wyss
276
0
0
A Swiss family is shipwrecked in the East Indies and must survive on their own for several years.   Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: Adventure fiction, Family--Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Survival, C3, LIT, LIT.UP, UP, Chapter Books...
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by Pinkwater, Daniel Manus, 1941-
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The story of Mr. Plumbean, who stands up for the right to express himself through the colors on his unusual house. "My house is me and I am in it," he replies. "My house is where I like to be and it looks like all my dreams." Suggested Level: EE (Early Education)
Topics: LIT, EE, LIT.EE, C3, Video, Individualism -- Juvenile fiction, Expression -- Juvenile fiction
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by Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898
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Alice falls through a mirror into a land of Red Queens and White Knights, where everything is upside-down and she must put things right. Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, Wonderland (Carroll)--Fiction, Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll)--Fiction, LIT.UP,...
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by Brontë, Charlotte, 1816-1855
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Jane Eyre is a Gothic novel by Charlotte Bronte. It is considered to be one of the most important proto-feminist (proto meaning before) works to date, exploring the consciousness of the title character as she grows from an unwanted child to an indispensable governess in the house of the mysterious and brooding Mr. Rochester. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, Classism--England, Gothic literature--Great Britain, Orphans--Literature, US, Fiction,...
Philosophers discuss the very nature of love and humanity and in the process change the way humanity thinks about attachment and its many forms and classifications. PLEASE NOTE: This text is not for the casual reader, it will require time, attention and critical thought but if you're invested it is well worth a read. Suggested Reading Level: UG (Undergrad)
Topics: SOC, SOC.UG, Philosophy--Fiction, Love--Fiction, Sex--Fiction, Friendship--Fiction, Origin...
A story about being content with what you have. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, LP, C3, Picture Books, Wishes--Juvenile fiction, Star--Juvenile fiction,...
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by London, Jack, 1876-1916
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The story of a man out in the wilderness and the wolf that slowly becomes his best friend. Suggested Reading Level: UP (Upper Primary)
Topics: LIT, Wolfdogs--Fiction, Survival -- Juvenile fiction., Canada, Northern--Fiction, LIT.UP, C3,...
The Grimm Brothers are known around the world for their stories, which have since been immortalized in film, drama, ballet, opera and many other art forms. Included in this collection are the following stories: The Rabbit's Bride, Six Soldiers of Fortune, Clever Grethel, The Death of the Hen, Hans in Luck, The Goose Girl, The Raven, The Frog Prince, Cat and Mouse in Partnership, The Wolf and the Seven Goslings, Faithful John, The Wonderful Musician, The Twelve Brothers, The Vagabonds, The...
Topics: LIT, Rumpelstilzchen (Grimm version), LIT, LIT.UP, Grimm, Jacob, 1785-1863--Juvenile fiction, Short...
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by Gaskell, Elizabeth, 1810-1865
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North & South is a prime example of a social protest novel, or a novel written to bring to light certain social issues that were going unnoticed. The story follows Margaret Hale, a clergyman's daughter forced into destitution. Upon moving from the south of England to the north (an area famed for its industrial development), she must deal with the major social and class differences between the two. The novel also follows the story of the family Higgins, a working class family dealing with...
Topics: Unionization, Strikes--Literature, Classism--Great Britain, Industrial revolution--England
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by Camus, Albert, 1913-1960
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An existentialist classic about a young man in prison that has little else to do but think of the meaning of life (or lack thereof), and his past crimes. Suggested Reading Level: US (Upper Secondary) OR UG (Undergrad)
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, LIT.UG, Life, Meaning of, Existentialism--Fiction, Isolation--Fiction, Life--Moral and...
The story of three pigs, who attempt to evade a hungry wolf by building the strongest houses they can. Suggested Level: EE (Early Education) *To access the audio book, click on HTTPS and download the libravox.zip file.
Topics: LIT, LIT.EE, C3, Three little pigs (Tale), Children's classics, Audiobooks, EE, Fiction
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by Grimm, Wilhelm, 1786-1859
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The classic fairy tale about a young, beautiful girl forced to be a servant to a wicked family. But when she meets the Prince of the kingdom, will he save her from a life of servitude? Recommended Reading Level: LP (Lower Primary)
Topics: LIT, Orphans--Fiction, LIT.LP, Cinderella (Tale), Magic--Fiction, LIT.LP, LIT, C3, Fairy tales
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by Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823
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"Trapped in a gloomy medieval fortress, an orphaned heroine battles the devious schemes of her guardians as well as her own pensive visions and melancholy fancies. Generations of readers have thrilled to this famous Gothic tale and its hypnotic pre-Freudian exploration of the psyche. A bestseller upon its 1794 publication, the novel continues to enchant generations of readers with its suspenseful plot and surrealistic portrayals of human consciousness."Suggested Level: US (Upper...
Topics: LIT, LIT.US, Inheritance and succession--Fiction, Guardian and ward--Fiction, Young women--Fiction,...
A collection of fairy tales by famous children's author Hans Christian Andersen. Suggested Level: LP (Lower Primary)*To access the audio book, click on HTTPS and download the libravox.zip file.
Topics: LIT, LIT.LP, Fairy tales, C3, LP, Fairy Tales, Chapter Books (Short), Fiction, Audiobooks
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by Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936
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The story of Mowgli, a boy raised by wolves, and his attempts to integrate into society. Suggested Reading Level: LS (Lower Secondary)
Topics: LIT, Mowgli (Fictitious character)--Juvenile fiction, Feral children--Fiction, LIT.LS,...
The story of two people: one rich and one poor, both plagued by their differing problems. They decide to switch places, but soon find out that nobody is free of issues and worries. Suggested Level: UP (Upper Primary)*To access the audio book, click on HTTPS and download the libravox.zip file. 
Topics: LIT, LIT.UP, Trading places--Fiction, Classism, C3, UP, Fiction, Audiobooks, Chapter Books (Long)